Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc at Home, Recipes – Because You Know You’re Getting the Book Anyway

Ad Hoc at Home Cookbook | List of Recipes from the Web

Guess who’s going to populate this list with her own recipe posts. That’s right. The TasteSpotting/Delicious Kitchen has its own hard copy of Ad Hoc at Home…[Christmas 2010]

  • Ad Hoc at Home Cookbook Cover
  • Ad Hoc at Home Buttermilk Fried Chicken
  • Ad Hoc at Home Whole Roast Chicken on Bed of Vegetables
  • Thomas Keller with Tomatoes
  • Ad Hoc at Home Chicken Mar y Muntanya
  • Ad Hoc at Home Crispy Chicken Thighs with Lemon Olives and Fennel Recipe
  • Ad Hoc at Home Confit of Pork Belly
  • Blowtorch Prime Rib Roast Recipe from Ad Hoc at Home
  • Ad Hoc at Home Caramelized Scallops
  • Ad Hoc at Home Chicken Soup
  • Ad Hoc at Home Iceberg Slices
  • Ad Hoc at Home Glazed Cippollini Onions
  • Ad Hoc at Home Rainbow Chard
  • Ad Hoc at Home Leek Bread Pudding
  • Ad Hoc at Home - Apple Fritters
  • Ad Hoc at Home - Banana Bread Pudding
  • Ad Hoc at Home - Brownies
  • Ad Hoc at Home - Pineapple Upside Down Cake
  • Ad Hoc at Home-Thomas Keller Ice Cream Cookies
  • Ad Hoc at Home - Thomas Keller's Chocolate Chip Cookies

[each individual image in the grid above links to a recipe]

Thomas Keller sent me on a madcap scavenger hunt.

It started out as a simple google search to verify an in-store appearance/book signing of his brand new cookbook Ad Hoc at Home released this month, but somewhere around “blowtorch,” I took a distracted turn, immediately got tangled up in a web of results, and then spent all of the daylight hours of Friday and pretty deep into the darkness of Friday night thrashing my way through my special, psychotic, web-food-point-oh version of Amazing Race.

I made it out alive. Barely.

And with a tiny treasure, too.


Ad Hoc at Home Cookbook, Thomas Keller
That is if 18 19 21 of the 200 recipes from Ad Hoc at Home all available in one place (here) is considered a treasure.

It is. It is a treasure! Just tell me it is so I don’t go crying hot tears of wasteful shame into the bowl of buttery, fatty feelings, aka TKells’ Butter Poached Marble Potatoes, that I will eat to cope.

Yes, I spent the better (and worse) part of Friday hunting down every single recipe from Ad Hoc at Home that is reprinted on the web, or at least on the web as deep as page 34 of search results. It wasn’t the actual searching for recipes that took time. Google collected 12 million findings in 0.12 seconds and I filtered out 18 in the two hours between lunch and afternoon snack. However, while 18 recipes (plus the one for Blowtorch Prime Rib Roast I did myself, and more coming in as time goes on) seems insignificant in the grand scheme of TKells’ 200, copying, pasting, linking, double checking, downloading, cropping, uploading and formatting 18 links and images takes, well, and entire uninterrupted Friday.

Apparently, the cookbook does not have a formal Table of Contents, but Grub Street took on the task of typing one out. I’ve organized my findings into an outline based on their list. As a special treat, all of the images in the grid link to a recipe, too, same order left to right, as below.

And if the only recipe you could ever hope and dream for is one that involves a blowtorch, well, here you go.

Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home by Thomas Keller

POULTRY Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Buttermilk Fried Chicken

Pan Roasted Chicken with Sweet Sausage and Peppers

Whole Roasted Chicken on a Bed of Root Vegetables
Chicken Pot Pie

Roast Poussins or Cornish Hens

Sauteed Chicken Breasts with Tarragon
Chicken Mar i Muntanya
Crispy Braised Chicken Thighs

Quail with Lemon and Herbs

Pomegranate Glazed Quail

Duck Confit

Pan-Roasted Duck Breasts

MEAT Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Braised Beef Shortribs: Mondo Dinner

Beef Stroganoff
Catalan Beef Stew

Peppercorn-Crusted Beef Tenderloin

Hamburgers

Meatballs with Pappardelle

Porterhouse Steak

Marinated Skirt Steak

Santa Maria Style Tri-Tip

Braised Oxtail and Mushroom Tartine

Blowtorch Prime Rib Roast (with Horseradish Cream)

Sauteed Lamb Loin Chops

Herb-Crusted Rack of Lamb

Roasted Spring Leg of Lamb

Brined Pork Tenderloin

Rack of Pork Arista

Roasted Pork Shortribs

Rubbed and Glazed Pork Spareribs

Fig Stuffed Roast Pork Loin
Confit of Pork Belly

Braised Pork Belly

Slow Roasted Veal Shank

Breaded Veal Cutlets

FISH Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Soft-Shell Crabs with Sweet and Sour Cherry Gastrique

Crab Cakes

Maine Lobster Rolls
Caramelized Sea Scallops: A Kitchen in Brooklyn | A Bird in the Kitchen | Food Gal
New England Style Clambake
Pan Roasted Halibut: DarinDines…and cooks! | Examiner
Poached Salmon: Poached Salmon on TasteSpotting!
Wild Cod en Persillade
Roasted Monkfish: Turntable Kitchen
Salt-Crusted Striped Bass
Oil-Poached Sturgeon
Crispy Fried Fish

SOUPS from Ad Hoc at Home

Spring Vegetable Garbure
Sun Gold Tomato Gazpacho
Heirloom Bean and Escarole Soup

Split Pea Soup with Ham Hock Fresh Peas and Mint

Mushroom Soup with Cavolo Nero and Yukon Gold Potatoes

Lentil and Sweet Potato Soup
Chicken Soup with Dumplings

Clam Chowder with Bacon

Cream of Cauliflower Soup with Red Beet Chips

SALADS from Ad Hoc at Home

Endive and Arugula Salad
Mediterranean Melon Salad
Little Gem Lettuce Salad/Honey Vinaigrette
Pickled Radish and Red Onion Salad
Broccolini Salad with Burrata Cheese

Tomato and Handmade Mozzarella Salad
Iceberg Lettuce Slices

Curried Cauliflower-Chickpea Salad

Grilled Asparagus

Green Bean and Potato Salad | with mission figs and Iberico ham
Mushroom and Leek Salad | with oven-roasted tomatoes and radishes
Farro and Black Rice | with roasted autumn squash
Roasted Beet and Potato Salad | with soft-cooked egg, smoked salmon, and mustard vinaigrette
Saffron Rice Salad | with summer squash and Maine lobster
Frisee and Duck Confit Salad
Fresh Tuna Salad
Shellfish Salad | with endive, watercress and spicy herb vinaigrette
Fritto Misto
Marinated Feta with Olives

Quinoa with Duck Confit

~ TasteSpotting makes Quinoa with Duck Confit

Lamb Meatballs
Sauteed Shrimp with Garlic
Fried Fresh Chickpeas

Dressings

Simple Vinaigrette
Spicy Herb Vinaigrette
Sherry Vinaigrette
Mustard Vinaigrette
Bacon Vinaigrette
Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette
Garden Herb Vinaigrette
Curry Vinaigrette
Lemon Vinaigrette
Buttermilk Dressing/Blue Cheese Dressing
Piquillo Pepper Vinaigrette
Anchovy Dressing
Creamy Pepper Dressing

VEGETABLES and SIDES from Ad Hoc at Home

Corn on the Cob with Lime Salt

Creamed Summer Corn
Nantes Carrot Stew

Asparagus Coins
Asparagus and Tomato-Bacon Stew
Baked Beets
Caramelized Fennel
Sauteed Broccoli Rabe with Garlic and Chili Flakes
Butter Braised Radishes, Kohlrabi and Brussels Sprouts
Caramelized Savoy Cabbage
Sauteed Red and Green Cabbage
Coleslaw
Celery Root with Melted Onions
Summer Vegetable Gratin

Honey Glazed Cippollini Onions

Romano Beans with Mint

Rainbow Chard with Raisins, Pine Nuts and Serrano Ham

Creamed Baby Spinach
Chanterelle Mushrooms with Pea Shoots
Morels with Madeira

Peperonata Rustica

Borlotti Bean Ragu

Leek Bread Pudding

Baby Leeks

Pappardelle with Mushrooms

Grits Cakes

Polenta
Buttered Farro
Saffron Rice
Braised Artichokes
Potato Hash
Butter Poached Marble Potatoes
Puree of Garlic Potatoes
Smashed Roasted Marble Potatoes

Potato Pavé

Red Potato Green Bean Salad with Creamy Pepper Dressing

Scallion Potato Pancakes

Glazed Sweet Potatoes
Fingerling or Sweet Potato Chips

LIFESAVERS recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Candied Pecans, Herbed Toasted Walnuts, Spiced Mixed Nuts
Nut Butters: Marcona Almond Butter, Pistachio Butter, Hazelnut Butter
Chutneys: Apple Beet Chutney, Cipollini Onion Chutney
Compotes: Potted Rainier Cherries, Potted Bing Cherries, Apricot Currant Compote, Pear with Vanilla Bean Compote
Jams and Jellies:
Fig and Balsamic Jam: Sugar & Spice
Plum Zinfandel Jam
Raspberry Jam
Red Pepper Jelly: Red Pepper Jelly
Marmalades:
Red Onion Cranberry Marmalade
Tomato Basil Marmalade
Tangerine Kumquat Marmalade
Peach Puree: Peach Puree
Slow Cooker Apple Butter: Slow Cooker Apple Butter
Tapenades: Sweet Onion, Artichoke, Olive
Mustards:
Artichoke Mustard
Eggplant-Raisin Mustard
Fennel Mustard: Food & Wine
Quince Paste, Red Wine Poached Prunes
Pickled: Basic Pickling Liquid, Garlic, Carrots, Cauliflower, Green Beans, Baby Leeks, Radishes, Red Onions, Watermelon Rind, Cucumbers, Wine Steeped Golden Raisins, Champagne Grapes with Yellow Curry, Green Grapes with Green Curry

Mushroom Conserva, Oven Roasted Tomatoes
Preserved Lemons: Preserved Whole Lemons, Cured Lemons
Soffritto: Soffritto on Project Foodie

Oils:

Chive Oil, Basil Oil
Garlic: Garlic Confit and Oil, Garlic Puree, Garlic Chips

BREADS, CRACKERS, CHEESE Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Grilled Cheese Sandwich: Take Thou Food
Buttermilk Biscuits: Sugar & Spice

DESSERT Recipes from Ad Hoc at Home

Blueberry Cobbler: Telegraph | Foodogenic | M Loves M |
Peaches and Cream
Apple Fritters: LAist
Banana Bread Pudding: The Los Angeles Times
Panna Cotta
Brownies: Oui, Chef | Furey and the Feast | What’s Gaby Cooking | Kitchen Musings | TasteFood | Sugar & Spice | The Cookbook Chronicles
Lemon Bars with Meringue: Marcus Samuelson
Pecan Walnut Bars
Cherry Pie: KateCookstheBooks
Coconut Cake
Pineapple Upside Down Cake: Sweet Cakes Bake Shop | Food Gal
Grapefruit Cake: Tracey’s Culinary Adventures
Cheesecake: : Sasha’s Kitchen
White Cupcakes: TreatsSF
Devil’s Food Cupcakes
Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Ice Creams (Vanilla, Chocolate, Mint Chocolate Chip, Cherry, Caramel, Coffee)
Caramel Ice Cream: Dine-o-Mite | Wall Street Journal
Chocolate Chip Cookies: Daily Dish | The Los Angeles Times | Food Gal | Chaos in the Kitchen | Pixie Baker | Escape Hatch Dallas | Foodista

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OTHER RECIPES BY Thomas Keller ON THE WEB

  • Rice with Roasted Cauliflower from the Ad Hoc Restaurant in Napa, at LA Times
  • Sauteed Cod with Creamed Corn and Summer Succotash at Epicurious
  • Roasted Pork Chops with Serrano Ham Vinaigrette at Epicurious
  • Slow Cooker Cassoulet recipe at Williams-Sonoma
  • Pan Roasted Medallion of Beef Rib-Eye with Purée of Yukon Gold Potatoes and Golden Relish at California Raisin Board
31 Recipes by Thomas Keller at Food & Wine, (some called out below):
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  • http://www.fudgella.com Fudgella

    Wow… you actually did a great job! They really are valuable findings, and the final result is pretty neat and enjoyable! Thanks for this book giveaway and congratulations on your blog (which is gorgeous and I am actually pretty much ashamed of myself because I just discovered it a few days ago :( )

  • http://shesinthekitchen.blogspot.com katrina

    YESSSSSS!

  • http://a-good-eye.blogspot.com candyce

    Great job on organizing this post!

  • http://tanglednoodle.blogspot.com Tangled Noodle

    How awesome is this post? A chance at winning Ad Hoc at Home with a built-in consolation prize of a lovely list of recipes already found on the web. I have a sweet tooth so anything under ‘dessert’ would be fantastic. Now, I’m off to tweet the aforementioned exact phrase in hopes that Ad Hoc will be mine! 8-)

  • http://livefireonline.com Curt

    Hmmm… If I were to win, I would go with the caramelized sea scallops for your dinner, with a shot of Patron on the side. :)

  • http://www.twitter.com/klwatts Katy Watts

    Mmmm chocolate chip cookies!

  • greenbean

    owww!

  • http://grongar.wordpress.com Rebecca

    Love this post, the recipe links, and the contest! I really want to get my hands on this book….

  • michele (maryland)

    Fantastic…thank you!

  • Carey

    Thanks for the opportunity…a free cookbook would be a great early Christmas surprise!

  • Lisa Teague

    Ooooh, a cookbook! I could always use another one to inspire me!

  • Helen

    I’ve been waiting forever to cook from this cookbook! Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Justin Rucker

    Im in!

  • Jackie

    Those carmelized sea scallops look delicious!

  • http://kitchenexploration.blogspot.com Jessica Boundridge

    I would love to win a cookbook to add to my collection and this one looks wonderful :)

  • Stephanie

    Oh man, Thomas Keller deliciousness. That banana bread pudding — possibly WITH the caramel ice cream (maybe a drizzle of chocolate sauce on top?) — is so getting made in the next week.

  • http://erincooks.com Erin

    I’m all about comfort food. Bring it on Thomas Keller!

  • http://moreplz.wordpress.com feliciaelena

    Nicely done! And tweeted.

  • Jessie S.

    That book looks amazingly delicious!

  • Key

    Wow that’s dedication. Thanks for the recipes!

  • Karina

    mmmmm Thomas Keller! I can’t wait to own this book. I want to try the Ad Hoc Brownies! Love chocolate, love to bake, and if anyone can make what most people choose to bake out of a box seem out of this world, its Thomas Keller.

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  • http://www.bakingforgood.com Emily

    Love it! Will make you everything in this book. Twice.

  • Laurel

    Hmm…. I’m thinking Grilled Chicken, Heirloom Tomatoes with Succotash, Potatoes (you did mention potatoes) and Orange Chiffon Cake with Rhubarb Filling for dessert. Now I don’t “tweet” but here you go anyway: “win a copy of #AdHocAtHome from @TheDelicious! http://is.gd/4QPYo”

    Thanks for doing all that research, I can’t believe there are actually that many of the recipes posted. What’s the deal with no index though? The last cookbook I bought was just the same and I ended up handwriting one in. I mean don’t you think that’s take cost cutting measures a little too far? They want you to buy the book but aren’t really interested in whether or not you’ll use it. Rant, rant.

  • ephrat

    All I can say is … yum!!

  • http://cremeandcoco.blogspot.com Leslie

    pineapple upside-down cake = amazing. that’ll definitely be the first recipe i’ll be looking at!

  • http://blueridgebaker.blogspot.com Sarah

    Well, I was planning on buying this book, but I’d love to win it!

  • http://www.delicious-inspiration.com Sabrina Rose

    I am leaving a comment :P

  • shannona

    thanks for compiling these, but i still want the book! tweeting now…….

  • http://www.teaandscones.wordpress.com Margaret

    I am really looking forward to WINNING this one. Everything looks so tasty and delicious!

  • Margot

    I love cookbooks — sign me up!

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  • http://www.womanwithawhisk.com Woman with a Whisk

    Mmmm, pork belly confit!

  • http://www.grumpywhenhungry.com Lindsay Van Kirk

    I have always admired Thomas Keller from afar–never being near enough to any of his restaurants but enjoying his cookbooks nonetheless. I have always wanted to try pork belly at home–this book would be great! thanks for the opportunity!

  • http://bewitchingkitchen.wordpress.com SallyBR

    Oh, I want this book so bad! Wait… I already have it! :-)

    Just wanted to say thanks for including my baby-blog in your list…..

    The book is really amazing, I have a hard time choosing what to cook next from it, every food lover should get it!

  • http://jansanderson@sisna.com jan

    wow! it all sounds fabulous! I can’t wait to make the brownies! I’d love to win the book!

  • http://goodcookdoris.com Lara Zelman

    Banana bread pudding sounds like a delicious idea and something that I wouldn’t share!

  • http://smellmykitchen.blogspot.com Raluca

    I think I’ll try the apple fritters.. for starters :).

  • http://joeandbetsy.com Betsy

    The pictures are so drool worthy, I’d love to see the rest of them!

  • http://backseatgourmet.blogspot.com Cheryl Arkison

    Am I the only one who’s not seen this book and its glory before? I need to get out more.

  • http://poyndexter.blogspot.com Diane Korb

    keeping my fingers crossed!!

  • http://happical.net Lauren

    i would love this cookbook to get my food blog jump-started!

  • http://www.foodfinery.blogspot.com Tiffany

    If the pictures and tasty peeks indicate what is to come inside this book… I am even more excited than I thought I was! Deliciousness!!!

  • http://Takethoufood@gmail.com Sean

    Send the book over this way!

  • Marie

    My oh my, how amazingly mouth-watering!

  • Lili

    EVERYTHING looks delicious. Thanks for this post!

  • http://eatitatlanta.com jimmy

    I don’t reprint published recipes, but I have a few other Ad Hoc posts on my site: Fried Chicken, Potato Pave, Chicken Stock, Garlic Confit, and the Cauliflower Soup.

    Meatballs are coming up tonight or tomorrow.

    http://www.eatitatlanta.com/tag/ad-hoc/

    Jimmy

  • http://twitter.com/jinkwell Jennifer Kye

    So bribing you with an offer to bake those delicate chocolate chip cookies. And I’ll even use Teuscher dark chocolate bars. Deal?

  • http://www.activefoodie.com Active Foodie

    You are a soldier! Thanks for doing the legwork for us! Can’t wait to try my hand at the blowtorch rib roast :)

  • http://N/A Craig

    Oooooooooooo, nice chalkboard cover art, not to mention the photos of the mighty tasty recipes under the cover. Well done, Mr. Keller…. Top o’ the hog to you!

  • mayssam

    like I said in my tweet: please, please, please let it be me! :)

  • http://lipsmackinggoodness.blogspot.com/ Lori

    This is a really nice reference for his recipes on the web. Thank you.

    Just drooling here over the fried buttermilk chicken. I think I need to make that.

  • Cat

    What a great giveaway!! & as for cooking for you??? I’m easy, just name the dish!

  • http://flamingomusings.blogspot.com RJ Flamingo

    Ack! Too many choices! But if I win , I’ll absolutely cook you something special! ;-)). I’ve been a fan of TKell since eating at his place in Las Vegas, several years ago. Would love to get his take on home cooking! Mmm…

  • Cat

    I follow on Twitter & tweeted:

    https://twitter.com/catsee/status/5562299289

  • Nicole Vanlaanen

    Mmmmm. Look at all the beautiful photography! I like the simplicity and homeyness of the images. Leek Bread Pudding sounds like it could become a staple Thanksgiving dish and look at that pineapple upside down cake, my grandma always makes one during the holidays, I like that they added lots of big pineapple chunks, that’s the best part.

    I would love to be a winner!!!

    and so would my boyfriend because we spend quality time together trying new recipes.

  • http://blog.delementals.com/ Del

    Yay Cookbook!

  • http://www.arsculinaria.net Victoria

    Wow. That was a lot of work. Thank you for aggregating all of the TK recipes out there. If you find yourself in my neck of the woods, I’d be more than happy to invite you to our table.

  • http://www.partiesbystacey.com Stacey Parzik

    Wow! This book looks amazing. I can’t wait to read it cover to cover and try the Rainbow Chard pictured above!

  • http://www.chefshores.com Chris Shores

    I love Thomas Keller’s work. My desire is to someday open a family style restaurant and when I saw this book I thought WOW! this is going to be great!

  • http://www.twintables.blogspot.com Denise

    The home glazed cioppollini onions are to die for. Seriously, I would give up my first born for these babies.

  • http://realgoodolboy.wordpress.com Nathaniel

    Yet another reason that college students eat so poorly… read a [this] book and eat like an adult!

  • http://niksnacks.blogspot.com Nikki

    I think I held my breath while reading this entire post. I’m a little light-headed now. If I don’t win, I’m okay with that…I’ll just come here for recipes and copy your list. Hmm…win-win for everyone, eh?

  • Adelina

    Yes….I’m here hoping to win the copy of the cookbook….not gonna lie! But I had visited your site before and truly love what you do!

    Keep it up!!!

  • Shelley Somerville

    Well it all looks so good, I don’t even know where to start!

  • Julie H

    I want this book so bad.

  • Amy

    Thanks: this is a great giveaway! And I want to try that leek pudding :)

  • http://cupcakemuffin.blogspot.com sara

    Great giveaway! This cookbook looks amazing! Here’s my tweet:
    http://twitter.com/cupcake_muffin/status/5563273461

  • Natalia

    YUMM!!! :)

  • http://chezannies.blogspot.com Nate

    If Thomas Keller had a nachos recipe, I’d make that for you.

  • Julianne

    It’s hard to decide what to make when all the recipes look so good! I would probably make the caramelized scallops first.

  • Kate

    I can’t wait to get my hands on this book– I may need to make the chicken soup tonight!

  • http://heatherinsf.wordpress.com Heather in SF

    Thank you for putting all of these links together, now you know what I will be doing the rest of the morning! I would love to win the cookbook, as I certainly won’t be eating at any of his restaurants soon, sadly, too spency!

  • Siyi

    Oooh, I was looking for a recipe for pineapple-upside-down cake! This looks like just the book to have on display on my bookshelf :)

  • http://www.cartewheelscaterers.com Debby

    You can never have too many cookbooks!

  • http://www.frankblack.net Brian

    This book looks amazing!

  • LIMER35

    Excellent work and a cookbook giveaway too. Amazing!!!

  • http://www.cinnamon-vanilla.com Ashley

    Oh wow I just added a ton of recipes to my must try list!

  • http://lunaskitchenmagic.blogspot.com Luna Raven

    I got to chill with @inuyaki & @nose2tailathome this weekend and they love ad hoc. I have never been. Winning the cookbook would give me back some cool points!

    Excellent job on collecting all that info, you rock!

  • http://twitter.com/jbrewster Jeff

    Great stuff. We ate at Ad Hoc on our honeymoon last year and can’t wait to get the book.

  • Jen

    Here’s hoping that Ad Hoc at Home will be mine!!!!!! :)

  • jenaissance

    i hope i win, i hope i win! i want to make EVERYTHING in the book :)

  • http://pinkstripes.wordpress.com Wendy

    Love the Bouchon cookbook and have this one on my wishlist.

    Thanks for the index of Keller recipes on the internet. I’m bookmarking this page.

  • http://browniesfordinner.com Patricia

    Oh, I’m random… pick me!

  • http://sharedsugar.com mara

    Leek bread pudding and apple fritters, yes please.

  • http://www.justcookit.co.uk Alex

    Count me in

  • http://whenadobometfeijoada.blogspot.com/ Caroline

    Nothing like an awesome giveaway to lure out the lurkers! Here’s hoping I get to have an Ad Hoc Thanksgiving. If I don’t get lucky, will be back to check out your recipe links. I’m off to tweet this.

  • Phoebe

    Unnngghhh those crispy chicken thighs with fennel look soooo good! I will make them and eat them for me, but I will take a picture for you. I realize I don’t need the book to make them, but it’s so much more fun to spill food on a shiny book while cooking than on an internet printout!

  • osa

    i want this horribly much

  • Katie

    All of this looks soooooo good! I think I’ll spring an impromtu romantic evening on the hubby so I have an excuse to make the carmelized sea scallops tonight. Thanks for the post.

  • http://www.onescoopatatime.blogspot.com Linda

    So happy to stumble across your blog from Twitter.
    The recipes look perfect for my fall cooking, I especially want to make the dish of green chards.

  • Mary

    :):)

  • http://restaurantlore.blogspot.com/ Baconchef

    Your post looks great!!! Loving the tweeting as well. Thomas Keller is an amazing chef and his food reflects how easy and simple food can be when you prepare it correctly! Oh and he uses bacon in alot of recipes!! Always a plus!

  • http://gourmettraveller.wordpress.com gourmet traveller

    Thanks for 18 links – the fried buttermilk chicken is on the top of my list!

  • Teree

    Wonderful! Thank you so much!

  • http://houseofnoms.tumblr.com Jaime

    Banana bread pudding!
    Fingers crossed.

  • Leslie

    Sounds like a great cookbook! I have Bouchon, which is fun to read (and to cook from).

  • Casey

    Thomas Keller, I really heart you.

  • Leeann

    I love Ad Hoc! I had brunch there once and it was delicious :)

  • Yen

    I can’t wait to get this book. Even better if I won it…
    Great website!

  • Ryan

    All, I will cook all of them for you

  • http://crepesofwrath.net Sydney Kania

    That chicken soup with dumplings looks like a winner to me!

  • http://www.familyfreshcooking.com/blog/ marla (Family Fresh Cooking)

    Yeah!! A chance at a signed copy of “Ad Hoc”. Count me in :)

  • Lysne Tait

    mmmmm – Chicken soup with dumplings… Love it!

  • http://www.sousvideornotsousvide.com Kevin

    I’d love a copy of this cookbook!

  • Jessica Morse

    I LOVE THOMAS KELLER!!!!!!!!!!!! i went in for a day to work in both bouchon, and the bakery. it was awesome.

  • http://www.bitchincamero.com/ bitchincamero

    Ad Hoc was one of the best meals I ate in Sonoma. Simple and very lovely!

  • http://highoverhappy.blogspot.com/ Hana

    Wow, thank you. Bookmarking this page!

  • Craig

    Can’t wait to start cooking from the book.

  • Colby

    I’m hungry already and can’t wait to get cooking

  • http://www.dianestopford.com Diane Stopford

    I have French Laundry and Bouchon books and was about to buy Ad Hoc but would kill for a signed copy, I will hold off purchasing online for another day just in case I win. Thanks for the great contest!

  • Seanna

    This book is soooo gorgeous, and i’m itching to try some of the recipes!

  • http://www.astro-knot.blogspot.com KMJones

    Mmm, apple fritters! I have a thousand and one apples left over from my food coop–this sounds like a perfect use for them!

  • http://freetimechic.blogspot.com erinbrown

    YUMMY!!!

  • Michelle

    Looks amazing! Thanks so much :)

  • Sarah

    raise your hand if the Honey-Glazed Cipollini Onions is your idea of a dream come true!!

  • http://twitter.com/lilbytes Marianne

    Maybe if I had a copy of this cookbook, the family would have a chance at seeing me cook for a change. ;-)

  • http://www.diablokitchen.com Oliver

    A great book, would love to have a signed copy and will cook you any recipe you choose, though I’d probably go with the first recipe, the buttermilk fried chicken :-)

  • Aaron

    Must… have… cook… book..

  • http://slanenga.wordpress.com Sarah Lanenga

    I would totally make the Honey-Glazed Cipollini Onions, because at Vie, in Western Springs, IL, where I intern, we make a cipollini aigre doux, and I love it so :)

    Vie is known for New American, seasonal & local cuisine. Chef Paul Virant is awesome, and I’m so grateful for the opportunity of interning there!

  • Jason

    i want this bad

  • http://eventsbynoelle.com/blog TallNoe

    RAINBOW CHARD for you, dear Delicious. If you’re a hermitess, you need your greens!!

  • http://yujai.blogspot.com Yujai

    I want it! Looks like something I would actually like to read ;D

  • Lumi

    Count me in for the cooking book! I love reading cooking books!

  • jenn

    gah! Tempting enough for me to open a twitter account…..

  • laurel

    yumm, would love to win!

  • Danica Kaghazi

    Bring on the pineapple upside down cake!

  • http://www.scott-and-emma.blogspot.com EmmaC

    I’m really excited for this cookbook! From what I’ve heard, it’s a lot more ‘home cook friendly’ than his other books. I’m immediately drawn to the leek bread pudding. Something about that just sounds so satisfying and delicious for a cozy fall evening, don’t you think?

  • http://thehipsterho.me April

    What a prized cookbook this would be!

  • gabriel

    mmmm…food porn..my fav.!

  • http://www.islandgirlok.com Vivian Boroff

    This book is at the top of my wishlist! Thanks for the recipe links too. I have heard that the fried chicken is beyond compare :)

    • Sydney

      Its cookbooks like this that make me feel like dropping out of school and just spending my days cooking. This is a beautiful book, I would love to win.

  • http://sweetqt.wordpress.com Eve

    The food look so good! Yum!

  • http://sweetqt.wordpress.com Eve
  • http://djeats.wordpress.com djjewelz

    Because I want one of my boys to get this book instead of The Sports Guy’s new book.

  • Kye

    i really want the recipe for his oreo’s. really really.

  • Bev

    Tweeted and am commenting — WOW! thanks for collecting all this in one place!

  • Cap

    Don’t have a web site. Don’t ‘tweet’, either. Love to cook really good food, though, for my fire crew.

  • Ashley

    Chicken and Dumplings for the win!!

  • http://nowthatsgoodeatin.blogspot.com/ Ehrrin

    yay! i’m feeling like a winner!

  • http://www.sugareverythingnice.blogspot.com jo

    Definitely count me in for a chance of getting my hands on this book. Yeah!

  • Van

    This book looks really interesting!

  • http://consumerconsumed.blogspot.com/ jesspgh

    Do want!!

  • http://www.kohlercreated.com/blog/ Jessica

    I’ve been drooling over a chance at that book for some time.

    Jessica

  • http://www.28cooks.com Christiane

    Count me in – this book is currently on my wishlist!

  • Meaghan

    I would be all over that banana bread pudding!!! I hope I win!

  • http://www.foodgal.com Carolyn Jung

    Holy moly! What an exhaustive list of recipes. Kudos for tracking them all down like that.

  • Anne Griffin

    Exactly: “Because You Know You’re Getting the Book Anyway”

  • http://twitter.com/courtlynch courtlynch

    You can never have enough cookbooks. This one is gorgeous.

  • Karl

    Thanks for the contest!

  • http://www.bigboldbeautifulfood.blogspot.com Ninette

    Count me in! And thanks for your research skills!

  • Jenn

    Ate at Bouchon this summer, and am now in love with Thomas Keller.

    Swoon.

  • michelle

    i hope to eat at one of his restaurants someday!

  • Mike

    The Confit of Pork Belly would probably be the thing i’d take a stab at…

  • grey

    I would love to get this~ and I would make you the brownies if you would come to Melbourne.. :)

  • michelle

    I love thomas keller. I fell in love with his food after I read French Laundry.

  • Julie Rohowits

    The more I read about this book the more scared I am of it. I feel like it’s the first step into my kitchen taking over my life, and I have over 200 cookbooks.

  • Alice Chung

    Yay! I am excited to potentially win this cookbook! =) Me loves food.

  • http://greenlifejunkie.blogspot.com Tamara Cameron

    I want a new book! I want one with Pretty Pictures & Recipes! I want one by Thomas Keller!

  • http://greenlifejunkie.blogspot.com Tamara Cameron

    I forgot to say that I’ll cook whichever recipe you like, but you’ll have to come to SF for dinner.

  • Theresa

    Beautiful book, I’d love to win it! Thanks for the chance!

  • http://studiohindia.blogspot.com Adisty

    ooh i hope i get his book! it would be a real treat for the holiday seasons! :)

  • chef carlos garcia

    just commenting cuz I really want this book

  • KM Collings

    I shall cook for you carmelized scallops. And I will have for you some of the works of my favorite contemporary novelist.
    KM

  • http://eatinoc.com DanGarion

    If I were to win this I would attempt to cook any recipe in the book for you if you were to make it to our house.

  • http://duodishes.com The Duo Dishes

    Definitely the buttermilk chicken or pineapple upside down cake…either one! This would be nice.

  • Richard

    Pick me, pick me, pick me!!!

  • http://www.liveinhermosa.com dancefreak

    I will make the scallops and they will be amazing.

  • naro

    thanks for the generous offer. i think i’d make the fried chicken first.

  • Gatorfan787

    Fried chicken yum.

  • tams

    we would love this book and send you the chocolate chip cookies if we win!

  • rupe

    i’ve made the honey glazed cipollini onions and can attest to their deliciousness. i’d be happy to make them for you if i won!!

  • Locks

    I love Thomas Keller! I’ve been dying to make his glazed cippollini onions. Yum!

  • Rob

    The roast chicken, it should get cold enough to turn on the oven soon enough. When it does there will be roast chicken.

  • http://www.cerebralsoup.net gomichild

    Well this was a pretty thorough book review. Looking forward to adapting some of these to a Japanese kitchen!

  • sweetiewolfie

    this cookbook looks fantastic. would be great to win it!

  • http://www.hernameisjanelynch.com tien nguyen

    What I’d cook for you: his fig-stuffed roast pork loin recipe.

    What we’d watch while we stuffed ourselves: We have an ongoing project on our site to watch every Jane Lynch movie ever made. Appropriately, then, I’d make this for you, and we’d settle down to watch … [drumroll] … Julie & Julia. Bon appetit!

  • http://chinookdesigns.blogspot.com Mellisa

    Wonderful giveaway, my fingers are crossed! Off to tweet right now…

  • Kate

    Love Thomas Keller! <3

  • Lise

    Good luck to me! What a great giveaway!

  • Yoana

    It’s amazing. That’s a really huge work. Thank you for sharing.

  • http://www.lostincheeseland.com Lindsey

    I love cooking! Trying to build my cookbook collection… this would help!

  • http://www.theberrypatch.blogspot.com/ Tonya

    Amazing book! Definitely the fried chicken…yummm!

  • Larry

    Definitely trying the tarragon chicken recipe!

  • http://tammyvnguyen@yahoo.com Tammy

    LOVE LOVE LOVE the AdHoc Fried chicken recipe….have been dying to try it out soon. With a new recipe book, I wont have a reason why I can’t do it :)

  • http://foodiefinderblog.com Jocelyn

    I got to dine at Ad Hoc a few weeks ago and was glad a book came out.

  • Christian Yang

    i’ve been to ad hoc and really enjoy the food. made his infamous fried chicken numerous times, now would like to win the book to try out his other recipes! please pick me!!!

    -Chris

  • http://trissalicious.com/ Trissa

    Fantastic collection you’ve got here. I just love it. I love how you collected all the recipes from the web – I may have to “borrow” this one day!
    I would make you the banana bread pudding… or anything else you wanted from the book!

  • http://www.sense-serendipity.blogspot.com Divina

    That’s a great collection. I have to bookmark this for future reference.

  • http://melanger.wordpress.com Julia @ Mélanger

    Thomas Keller is a star.

  • http://mydiversekitchen.blogspot.com Aparna

    Have been hearing quite a bit about this book. The brownies, ice-cream sandwiches and the banan bread pudding sound good. And I thought I didn’t have a sweet tooth! LOL

  • Ed

    Great book ! This book, is my wish for christmas :)

  • http://www.2stews.com Diane Levinson

    I cook from the French Laundry….and dream of this book!

  • Spencer

    Great giveaway, very generous!

  • http://www.kitchenstudiofrederick.com Christine VB

    As if that’s a question! Confit of Pork Belly, no doubt. Woo hoo, and thanks for the giveaway!!

  • http://home-gourmets.blogspot.com/ Suzana

    Oh my, that is HARD work! Even if I don’t win, huge thanks for compiling all this info – it made my day. What would I cook from the book? Caramelized Sea Scallops won my heart the moment I read your list, as it usually happens with any list where ‘scallops’ are mentioned…

  • http://pinkchefpanda.blogspot.com Chef Panda

    I’m a brownie lover so I would make Keller’s brownies. :)

  • Sophia Liberty

    Yum Yum! Yes, if you could please do send Ad Hoc straight away, I have some cooking to do!

  • http://www.AnastasiasTable.com Patti A

    Thanks for the great compilation of Keller recipes and the giveaway!

  • http://delightfullysweet.wordpress.com/ Danielle

    First thing that I would make is the pineapple upside down cake!
    Thanks for the chance to win this amazing book!

  • Laurian Green

    Love the French Laundry! Love Thomas Keller! and would love to make that leak bread pudding!!

  • starvinmarvin

    Barely have time to tweet before I start cooking…

  • http://guiltykitchen.com Elizabeth

    Don’t bother putting me in for the contest, thanks! I already won this book from Mel @ Bouchon for 2. But I had to say, wow! That looks like an amazing amount of work tracking down all those recipes, so thank you! If I didn’t have the book coming in the mail already, this would have to be my new homepage! Thanks Sarah!

  • http://acanadianfoodie,spaces.live.com A Canadian Foodie

    I have the other 2 Keller Cookbooks – not the sous vide one, but would love this one! Have been to Bouchon and TFL – but Ad Hoc is on my list for our nex trip to CA

  • http://janetinthecity.blogspot.com Janet Robinson

    What more is there to say other than I must try all of these recipes? I have to say I dont appreciate the 15 pounds that are headed for my thighs during this holiday season…although it will be worth it!

  • still_looking

    please please please let it be me….

  • http://www.twitter.com/marissaxs Marissa S

    I love cooking

  • http://janetinthecity.blogspot.com Janet Robinson

    i realized i used a different email on my website then my twitter so I am add this on to my last comment. I love cookbooks that much!

  • Lise

    I’d like to leave a thoughtful, deliciously inspired post- but the only words that come to mind are “leek” “bread” and “pudding.”

    Thank you, TK, thank you, DL!

  • Christina

    This is my entry. Thank you!

  • Chris

    yeah, i’d like to win this lol

  • http://www.prestochef.com Jen

    The photos look amazing!

    http://www.twitter.com/PrestoChef

  • Matt

    Looks great! w00t!

  • http://www.dessertobsessed.com DessertObsessed

    lovely! that book looks awesome!

  • http://twitter.com/RAA527 Rachel Adler

    FOODIES UNITE!! COOKING<BAKING AND EATING

  • http://www.twitter.com/mareesea Mary

    I must have this book!! :)

  • Cheryl

    The pictures alone have made me so hungry I can’t write; I have to go cook something great to eat!

  • http://cafenilson.com raquel of Cafe Nilson

    awesome! i’ll cook anything in that cookbook!!!!

  • http://twitter.com/tjhoz4 Kev

    I want to skip out on work and just go make dinner now @_@. I am sooo hungryyyyy

  • Nicole

    I love cookbooks, my boyfriend can not understand how one person can need more than one book :-)

  • http://www.thedeliciouslife.com Sarah J. Gim

    aaand the cookbook giveaway entry period is officially over! thanks to EVERYONE who participated. we’re gonna do a little cross-checking of comments with tweets and pick a winner by tonight. check back!

    ALSO….PLEASE feel free to continue to comment on HOW AWESOME this list is. it will validate me and my feelings. :D

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  • http://tokyoterrace.com Tokyo Terrace

    Wow! Sounds like quite the experience! I love Thomas Keller’s Bouchon cookbook and I’m sure I would love this just as much. Thanks for going through all the work of finding these recipes so we could enjoy them and perhaps win them all!

  • Kristin

    I’m grateful there are at least a few recipes to try whether or not I get this book!

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  • babamoto

    That new intern is a keeper, saraaaaaaa!

  • http://n/a zouzou

    All I can say is “THANK YOU.”

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  • http://tastefoodblog.com Lynda

    Great list – I am thoroughly impressed. And thanks for linking to my post!

  • Jing

    wow. thank you!!

  • http://www.mythaibeach-restaurant-santacruz.com Restaurants Capitola

    Awesome content once again. Kudos on this one, thanks and keep up the great work.

  • Sparkle Plenty

    Here’s one more:

    http://rocketlunch.blogspot.com/2010/04/thomas-kellers-santa-maria-style-tri.html

    And a good one it is. TK’s Santa Maria Tri-Tip

  • http://www.guidedtourbanff.com Banff

    Mmmm chocolate chip cookies!

  • Andrea

    Thanks for putting together these recipes! There are a few more on http://www.marthastewart.com

  • http://www.GuidedTourAmsterdam.com Amsterdam

    I love cookbooks — sign me up!

  • elby

    thank you for this collection of links to keller’s recipes. i buy his books when i can afford them, but in the meantime i love finding his recipes online. thank you again.

  • Kathryn Pritscher

    You DO rock! I already have the cookbook, but need to copy some recipes for the members of my Gourmet Club and most are too wide to fit nicely on the copier, so THANKS a million for your efforts!!!

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  • http://www.thelittlefoodie.com Mariko

    You’re crazy. Crazy genius! I will go out and buy this immediately and bookmark this list.

  • Carol Hilker

    Your post is great! It’s so true because if you love anything Keller or make one recipe, you’ll end up buying the book. How can you not? The recipes on the web are the best advertisement, because once you make one of them, you realize that you can’t have a complete kitchen at least one of his cookbooks…at least.

  • http://www.dinewineandbeyond.com Fearless Foodie

    Thought you might enjoy the brownie photo from Ad Hoc’s publisher and recipe for Keller’s delicious brownies on my blog. I love how you have the photos and recipe collage. It makes me want to cook every single recipe. Yes, I had to get the cookbook, too!

    http://dinewineandbeyond.com/dine/?s=Brownie

    PS. I love your blog!

  • Rebecca

    i bought the boxed set of Ad Hoc + French Laundry with an Amazon giftcard. best. christmast. present. ever!!

  • k

    bless you for this genius work!! thanks much!

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  • Dan

    thank you for the recipes I will use them wisely as I find myself in an era where a man who can cook and do so well is sought after like one who may grant wishes.  Maybe I should be more modest, either way you have added to my repertoire and for that I thank you. Sincerely Dan

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